The true story of Charles Chiniquy, a former Roman Catholic priest.
Before Charles Chiniquy was born, his dad studied to become a Roman Catholic priest in Canada. But he saw something happen in the Church which upset him so much, that he quit. He studied law and became a notary. As Chiniquy’s father was leaving the priesthood he was given a going-away present by a close friend. . . a beautiful French and Latin Bible.
When Charles was 5 years old his mother taught little Charles to read from that Bible because there were no schools. Little did she know the profound influence that book would have on her sons' life.
Charles Chiniquy wanted to obey and serve his church, but as he studied the scriptures, he became tormented as he learned that his church was wrong. It will break your heart as you learn how Catholics are being deceived into following a false religion. Chiniquy also reveals how Abraham Lincoln's legal assistance against the Jesuits set him up for his murder. Chiniquy's story was originally published in book form (50 Years in the Church of Rome) and is now available in comic book format.
The Bible in Pictures
Jack Chick tells the story of Jesus Christ, as revealed from the beginning of the Bible to the end. And along with each story, scripture references show readers where they can find that story in their Bible. Many young people find the stories leave them hungering for more, which leads them to deeper Bible study.
A family is reunited for a treasure hunt with an awkward relative in "The Champs Treasure Hunt!" The classic story of the beginning of the church in "Acts of the Apostles, The First Pentecost". A reluctant youth is sent to the country for camp in "Chuck White and His Friends". The manners theater presents how to be courteous passenger and driver in "Patsy Manners".
Published from 1946 to 1972, Treasure Chest is a wholesome, Catholic-themed comic extolling family and faith values.
Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.
This was the special offer book during the action of the Christian Children's Month with theme 'Music’.
It is an picture book that refers to Psalm 23, music plays an important role in the story. The story is of the famous Flemish writer Sylvia Vanden Heede , the cheerful drawings are made by Marieke Ten Berge.
It is designed for children aged 4 to 6 years.